WATERVILLE — Alice S. Gauvin of New Gloucester was one of 23 students from Colby College to perform with the Colby College Chamber Choir and Colby String Quartet in Carnegie’s Weill Recital Hall March 9. It was the only ensemble on the bill.

The Colby Chamber Choir, together with the Colby String Quartet, made their Weill Recital Hall debut in a concert of music by living composers and composers of the 20th century. The first half of the concert featured compositions addressing the complexities of the human experience, while the second half addressed experiences of the soul and the beyond.

Gauvin, a member of the Class of 2015, is a history and government major. She is the daughter of Charles Gauvin and Eugenia Swain of New Gloucester and attended Groton School.

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